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Jonathan LeBlancProgramming Social Applications: Understanding Human Identity

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SXSW 2012 Book reading session for "Programming Social Applications" (http://oreilly.com/catalog/0636920014201). This audio session covers the underpinnings of the book: Human identity, social grouping, tribalism, and how technology companies have pushed the boundaries between what is acceptable and not when it comes to mining the social identity of their users.

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Artist/Composer: Jonathan LeBlanc
Keywords: sxsw; programming social applications; identity; books

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